‘Up for Discussion’ – Webinar Q&A Opportunity for Employers

Join us on the 4th of May and for the rest of the month for a weekly interactive session hosted by the Working To Wellbeing team to discuss the mental and physical health of your staff while working from home. This digital event series is open to past attendees and newcomers.

 

Led by Nicola Suckley, a Chartered Occupational Health Physiotherapist and Dr Julie Denning, a Chartered Health Psychologist, you will be able to pick their brains and ask them how best to keep your staff healthy during these unusual times. Between them, they have over 30 years of experience of providing work focussed healthcare, keeping employees at work or helping them back to work after being ill.

 

So, rather than just reading about working from home issues, you have the opportunity to speak to two experienced clinicians in a live environment. You can send in your questions in advance of the session, or you can join in on the conversation live on the day.

 

Our first question is for you: If you had the opportunity to talk to two, experienced, work focussed clinicians about working from home, what would you ask?

 

If you’re interested you can register here.

 

 

 

Working To Wellbeing (W2W) provides consultancy and intervention for health and wellbeing at work. We provide wellbeing and rehabilitation services, supporting employees with physical health, mental health and long term conditions, the 3 key causes of presenteeism and absence. We join the dots between the physical and mental health issues that cause and perpetuate poor health.

Our specialist clinicians are highly trained to provide a truly integrated service that results in health behaviour change and optimum work capability.

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